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The latest news, events and more!

Space, Financial Aid, and Housing Still Available for Fall 2018

More than 450 colleges and universities still have openings, financial aid, and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2018 semester, according to the annual College Openings Update.

National Conference

Registration and housing for the 74th National Conference is now open! See you in Salt Lake City this September!

The Latest News

Get the latest news from NACAC including press releases and the Admitted Blog.

Register for College Fairs

Meet with students and discuss all aspects of your institution: admission procedures, financial aid opportunities, and more!


New and Notable

NACAC Cooperating with DOJ Inquiry

In late November, NACAC learned that the US Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division has begun an inquiry into our SPGP: NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practice. At present, we know little about the scope and intent of the inquiry, but we are cooperating fully to provide all requested documents.

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Meet the Nominees for the NACAC Board of Directors

This month the nominees answer the question, "Explain how your experience prepares you for board service, and how you will use your experience on the Board of Directors." New board members will be elected by the Assembly at the national conference in Salt Lake City.

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College and University Update on Disciplinary Actions

NACAC has collected information from member colleges and universities that outlines their practices around how disciplinary actions related to activism will be factored into the admission process. This tool is designed to be a centralized resource for school counselors and families seeking more information. Admission officers are encouraged to fill out the survey.

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Commissioned Agents and NACAC's Code of Ethics Series

This new series aims to guide NACAC members in the responsible use of commissioned agents in international student recruitment. The content, divided into six parts that will be released periodically over the coming months, will assist members in the implementation of the new requirements established in NACAC's Statement of Principles of Good Practice: NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practices, approved by the association’s Assembly in September 2017.

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Upcoming Events



Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI)

Explore campus diversity, multicultural recruitment, and more.

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Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner to Deliver Keynote in Salt Lake

New York Times journalist, Nick Kristof, will deliver this year's national conference keynote address. A seasoned foreign affairs reporter, Kristof has been a columnist for the Times since 2001, covering human rights, women’s rights, health, and global affairs.

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Member Stories

The personal connections made through NACAC have made this career rewarding. It is easy to get in the minutiae of your own institution, but NACAC provides opportunities to truly engage and learn from others. The personal friendships created from this profession have helped shape who I am today. I am truly fortunate to know so many intelligent, amazing, and dedicated individuals in this profession. Their abilities and talents have had a profound impact on me.

Karen Chen

Senior Associate Director Undergraduate Admissions, Oklahoma State University

NACAC allows me to be a student of our profession. When I first began formal college counseling, I turned to NACAC to help me to get started. I used the tools and resources available to members to help me learn what I did not know about the application process. I now use NACAC to stay up-to-date on the latest college news and trends.

Jennifer Rubacky Auchmoody

Assistant Director of College Counseling, Bishop McNamara High School (MD)

NACAC has played such a tremendous role in my life. In my career, it has opened many professional opportunities and has introduced me to so many outstanding professionals who became my mentors, my future supervisors, but ultimately lifelong friends. In this profession we tend to attract folks that have a great ability to communicate and have a zest for life.

Derek DuBose

Senior Associate Director, Undergraduate Admission, University of Southern California

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